2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Role of motor fitness and playing ability in sports: A case study of women hockey players
The current study highlights the significance of motor fitness and playing ability among women Hockey players. Four motor fitness components such as speed, agility, power and coordinative ability were chosen as criterion measures for the current study. Pearson product moment correlation ship methodology was used for the task of data interpretation and analysis. Level of confidence was observed to be 0.05 levels. The evaluation of all four selected motor fitness components (speed, agility, power and coordinative ability) was performed. The outcome of the study revealed that motor fitness had a significant relation with women Hockey players. The correlation between motor fitness and playing ability was found to be lower. Style of coaching could be the reason for lower correlation. From the survey, lack of coaching aspects was found which results into lower correlation between motor fitness and playing ability
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How to cite this article:
Nitesh. Role of motor fitness and playing ability in sports: A case study of women hockey players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(1): 632-634.